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Among COVID-19 survivors, an increased risk of death, serious illness

23 days ago   |   By ScienceDaily

Researchers showed that COVID-19 survivors - including those not sick enough to be hospitalized - have an increased risk of death in the six months following diagnosis with the virus. They also have catalogued the numerous diseases associated with COVID-19, providing a big-picture overview of the long-term complications of COVID-19 and revealing the massive burden this disease is likely to place on the world's population in the coming years.
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Brisbane police officer returns to work after COVID-19 vaccine scare

23 days ago   |   By Sydney Morning Herald

The man has been identified as a Queensland police officer who developed deep vein thrombosis after knee surgery in 2009.
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Can We Get to 'COVID Zero'? Experts Predict the Next 8 Months

23 days ago   |   By Medscape

Vaccines, variants, and seasonal variation all go into calculations about the likely future of the COVID-19 pandemic through next winter.
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California's public universities to require COVID-19 vaccine

23 days ago   |   By ABC News

Two of the nation's largest university systems say they intend to require COVID-19 vaccinations for all students, faculty and staff on University of California and California State University campuses this fall
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Small Clinics, Practices Key to COVID Vaccine Success: Officials

23 days ago   |   By Medscape

The federal government will soon provide smaller vaccine shipments that can more easily be used by individual doctors.
Medscape Medical News
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California's 2 major university systems, the nation's largest, plan mandatory COVID-19 vaccines for students and staff

23 days ago   |   By ABC News


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Survey shows more primary care practices are administering COVID-19 vaccines

Survey shows more primary care practices are administering COVID-19 vaccines

23 days ago   |   By Healio

In a recent survey, more than one-third of primary care clinicians said their practice was providing COVID-19 vaccines to patients.
However, as the number of primary care practices administering COVID-19 vaccines rises, so do levels of burnout and workloads, according to the survey, which was conducted through a collaboration between the Primary Care Collaborative, Larry A. Green Center and 3rd Conversation.
“Primary care is now a key means for getting shots in Americans' arms, just as practices are facing pent-up patient demand for care and worsening mental health and social
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ADAPTABLE provides answers on aspirin dosing, conduct of pragmatic trials

ADAPTABLE provides answers on aspirin dosing, conduct of pragmatic trials

Among patients with atherosclerotic CVD, there was no difference in CV events or major bleeding according to aspirin dose, researchers reported at the American College of... Read more ...

Disney World No Longer Requires Guests To Wear Masks Outdoors

Disney World No Longer Requires Guests To Wear Masks Outdoors

Masks are still mandatory for all staff and visitors ‘upon entering and throughout all attractions, theaters, and transportation' When the CDC recently announced that fully... Read more ...

E-cigarette use associated with risk for wheezing, shortness of breath in...

E-cigarette use associated with risk for wheezing, shortness of breath in young users

E-cigarette use was associated with increased risk for wheezing and shortness of breath in adolescents and young adults, according to new data presented at the American... Read more ...

New report offers ‘most compelling' evidence yet of COVID-19 vaccines'...

New report offers ‘most compelling' evidence yet of COVID-19 vaccines' effectiveness

Messenger RNA vaccines by Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna were 94% effective at preventing symptomatic COVID-19 among health care workers after two doses and more than 80%... Read more ...

Risk Factors for Pediatric Opioid Dependence After Surgery

Risk Factors for Pediatric Opioid Dependence After Surgery

Key risk factors for persistent opioid use after surgery in pediatric patients have been discovered. Read more ...

The Sh*t They Don't Tell You About Your Baby Going 2

The Sh*t They Don't Tell You About Your Baby Going 2

“And have you started her on whole milk yet?” asked the pediatrician. “No, I had questions, and I was waiting for the green light from you. Do we just make the switch? Is it... Read more ...

Worried Parents Increase Childhood Obesity Risk

Worried Parents Increase Childhood Obesity Risk

Healthy weight development in children during infancy period is influenced by the social, mental health and socioeconomic support available to their parents for sound household. Read more ...